Now that you have all applied for university and you are patiently waiting to hear back about your admissions it’s time to start thinking about the financial aspect of university. I’m sure you have been hearing (for faaaar tooo long!) that it’s time to start saving your pennies for university. While it’s true that university poses many more financial strains than pre-university life, there are ways to make it much more affordable! First of all, Brock offers an AUTOMATIC scholarship to all incoming students with an 85% or above. This is called the Brock Scholars award, and it is automatically put in your account if your average meets this minimum. Of course, the higher you are with your academic average, the more money you get! Here’s the kicker…. If your average goes up from the time you are accepted until the time your final marks in June are released, Brock will raise your scholarship to match this! How amazing would it feel to receive $4000 upon your acceptance letter, only to possibly have it raised even higher in the summer before heading to Brock in September!
Here is how the Brock Scholars Awards work:
If your final high school average is 85-89.99%, you will automatically receive $4000 toward tuition ($1000 in first year, and $1000 renewable each year for the remaining three years).
If your final high school average is 90-92.9%, you will automatically receive $8000 toward tuition ($2000 in first year, and $2000 renewable each year for the remaining three years).
If your final high school average is 93%+ you will automatically receive $14,000 toward tuition ($3500 in first year, and $3500 renewable each year for the remaining three years).
See that, Baby Badgers!? Hard work really does pay off! I hope this gives you all plenty of motivation for the rest of your year 🙂
Have a great week!